Summary: I like my Crosley phone and want to keep using it, but it started making a buzzing sound in the ear piece after a year, and I haven't been able to locate a phone number for the company to get it repaired. The phone number was not included in the manual. I'm disappointed that the company doesn't stand by its product.
Pros: Attractive Design, Durable, Nice Features
Cons: Buzzing sound in ear piec, Difficult to get serviced, Heavy handset
Summary: I get so many compliments on my phone, when guests come over they ask me if it really works, and of course it really works! It has a loud old fashioned ring, can be annoying but the phone works well! I give it 4 stars because I think it could be priced a little lower.
Summary: This wall phone is attractive and was the only one that fit with the port in our wall ( about 25 years old) It looks very retro and we like it. It does seem a little "flimsy" and we will be checking durability.
Summary: the product was nice but it had a broken wire in the handset, so no one could hear you when we answered it. was able to take it apart, solder the wire, rather than sending back, and now it works fine
Summary: Whne I received my product it had a broken handset. I was disappointed the item was not checked prior to shipping for damages. However, the replacement handset was shipped quickly and seems to be of better quality.
Summary: I got the phone, it looks awesome and was the retro phone that I was looking for. It is cheaply made and heavy but I wasn't going to use it much and it looked cool. 2 weeks later and maybe 3 phone calls made, the dial pad DOES NOT WORK. I came and looked at the reviews and see that this is normal for this phone. What a pain!! Don't waste your $.
Summary: Easily plugs into wall plate with DSL filter. Hand set cord standard length, could use longer one and the cord is not replaceable. The voice sound is okay for me but my wife doesn't like it. It serves its purpose as a handy phone in our kitchen. It is attractive, has an interesting old time soft ring. The key pad is familiar to us oldies.